A confession of the awful and bloody transactions in the life of Charles Wallace, the fiend-like murderer of Miss Mary Rogers, the beautiful cigar-girl of Broadway, New York, whose fate has for several years past been wrapt in the most profound mystery: together with an authentic statement of the many burglaries and murders of Wallace, and the notorious and daring thief, Snelling: and an account of the murder and robbery of Mr. Parks, of Newport, Kentucky, also perpetrated by Wallace. . . .
Published by E. E. Barclay & Co.
vi, , 21, p
Includes a visit to Nauvoo with critical view of Joseph Smith, p. 21
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